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About Georgia Pine
While they have Southern roots, the breeders at Swamp Boys Seeds have relocated to California and are the ones responsible for this extremely rare and unusual strain. Georgia Pine is a cross between Killer Queen G13 and William’s Wonder, resulting in an evenly-balanced hybrid with effects that last for hours.
Moderately high THC levels of around 19% are only part of what makes this strain so special, as more often than not it’s the flavors and aromas that get people talking. A unique mix of black licorice, gasoline, and strangely enough watermelon all blend together for an experience that’s not as weird as it sounds. Nugs are tight and minty green, showcasing a fairly thick coating of crystal trichomes and a few orange pistils.
Like any other hybrid, Georgia Pine brings both uplifting and relaxing effects to the table. Your high will begin fairly quickly with a mental boost that encourages nothing but happy thoughts. Some users might encounter a bit of the giggles, but more often than not you’ll simply drift into a creative and euphoric space. As your high progresses, your body begins to feel weighted but in the best way possible. Georgia Pine’s comedown includes a pretty strong case of the munchies and an air of sleepiness that lasts for a while.
Medicinal users will benefit from a plethora of applications here, as Georgia Pine is a lady of all trades. As the strain brings about powerful mental effects, anyone who struggles with stress or depression will find themselves without a care in the world, although users who are prone to anxiety should use caution as this strain can agitate those symptoms. Looking for a decent night of sleep? Smoke Georgia Pine a few hours before bedtime and you’ll gain the benefit of counting sheep with the best of them.
If you’re lucky, you might find that you live near one of only a few authorized distributors of Swamp Boys Seeds, but even then Georgia Pine may be hard to come by. Assuming you do end up planting your own at home, it’s best to consult an experienced grower, as little to no cultivation information is known about this strain.
Life is a little slower in the South, and if you’re looking for a spirit of ease and relaxation, Georgia Pine is your gal. Plan your experience accordingly, as your comedown will be fairly strong and may prohibit you from accomplishing much of anything except for feasting on some snacks. As this is a highly coveted strain, we recommend stashing this one in a safe place and keeping it all to yourself.
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